Is it possible to craft a customized, multi-age homeschool history curriculum…without a textbook? Ditch the textbooks, the worksheets, and the lists of dates and dead people. Learning history together can not only be fun, but it might even become your favorite homeschool subject! Yes! You can learn how to teach history without a textbook. I’m a 2nd-generation homeschooling mom of 5 from age 5 to
The pool is open. The lemonade has been made. The grill is getting hot. Summer is in the air. And homeschooling mothers everywhere breathe a sigh of relief. Another year finished! But as soon as we turn in the final portfolio or take end of the year tests, our thoughts start to turn to plans for next year. Where do we even begin? Excellent published
Can You Homeschool Middle School? Yes, You Can! The authors at the Curriculum Choice have many, many years of experience teaching middle school between them. They’ve joined together to help you feel confident teaching middle school, too! Welcome back to Five Days of Choosing Curriculum! We will be helping you with curriculum choices for specific age levels. Today is all about middle school homeschool resources.
Help Your Teens Stay Organized with A Plan in Place Looking for an easy to use, simple planner for your Homeschooled High School students? These easy to use student planners were created by homeschool moms for homeschool moms just like you. Having a planner for your high schooler really takes the pressure off mom to have to reinvent the wheel each year and print off reams of lesson
Favorite Books for Homeschool Planning It’s that time of year again when homeschoolers around the globe begin that arduous and exciting task of planning for the new school year. Some homeschooling families enjoy year-round schooling, but our family generally likes to take the summer off as best we can because we have so much bad weather all winter and spring (aka RAIN) that by the time